Read the June 2022 BANAR online now! Paper copies have been delivered and extra copies are usually available at the Metro and the Library.
Interested in high quality, affordable first aid training? The Blackburn Community Association has arranged for a four hour CPR C & AED training by the Ottawa Paramedic Service, Public Education Section. Training will be held Sunday July 24th from 8h30am to 12:30pm (4 hours), in
Now that the chaos in our community has subsided a little, I would like to thank everyone who has helped with the Community Charging Station on Sunday, the impromptu food drive yesterday and the emergency Food Bank last night. I’m truly sorry if I missed
Good morning everyone! I have truly appreciated seeing the community support during this crisis and I thank everyone who has been able to help their neighbours make it through this. For most of us, the worst is over, but not for everyone. Some people still
By Maureen Forsythe BCA Youth Director Are you a young person (between 12-17 years old) living in Blackburn Hamlet who would like to give older residents in the community a helping hand with light yard work and gardening this spring and summer? If so, the
by Maureen Forsythe BCA Youth Director As part of its youth engagement activities, the Blackburn Community Association is once again supporting the creation of a new outdoor mural in our community. Local youth aged 10-17 are invited to collaborate with Ottawa mural artist Ryan Smeeton